Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
The final play in The Theatre Centre's November Ticket triptych is its most intimate look at grief and loss–and the most optimistic.
In the midst of Toronto's busiest theatre season, we look at two short run shows: an adaptation of German tragicomedy
Casimir and Caroline, and new sketch show F*#% IT.
Your guide to the ceremonies and events happening across the city on November 11.
A comedy showcase has its finale, but the awards will continue, including new ones supported by Second City.
These shows are bringing stage actors and improvisers closer together.
We review the notoriously hilarious sketch troupe's latest revue.
The concert series for musicals in development aims to cultivate audiences as well as new shows, and use them to fine tune potential hits in the making.
Our critics round up the must-see selections of this year's late-summer showcase.
Torontonians can get lots of exercise with their art in "experiential" theatre shows like
It Comes in Waves and Monday Nights.
We've rounded up our top picks of this year's fest, so far.
We've got 10 good reasons to consider seeing dozens of the short and scrappy shows at this year's Toronto Fringe Festival.
Our fifth-annual profile of funny female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
Early summer's flagship music festival has come and gone. We were there to tell you what you should've seen, and what you were better off missing.
As we head into day two of the much-hyped music and arts fest, a look at the good, the meh, and the ugly from Wednesday night's performances.